Quality control a precondition for democracy development

Montenegro’s parliament speaker Ivan Brajović opened today in Podgorica the final regional workshop on strategies and technical approaches to the strengthening of cooperation between parliaments and supreme audit institutions. It’s about a three-day event organized by the parliamentary Committee on Economy, Finances and Budget alongside the World Bank, which provides the basis for experts from parliaments and supreme audit institutions for sharing practices, summarizing strategies and technical approaches in fostering mutual cooperation.

In his speech, Mr Brajović stressed the importance of activities implemented by the Network of parliamentary committees on economy, finances and EU integrations, which significantly contributed to networking of parliamentarians in our region, and mentioned the contribution of the World Bank and their experts who have been continuously providing support to MNE and its institutions in various areas.

Speaking about the cooperation between the Parliament of Montenegro and the State Audit Institution, he said that current joint work has been based on the principles of mutual trust, independence and common interest, in line with the Constitution and competencies defined by the law.



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